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Bell, Emma; Meriläinen, Susan; Taylor, Scott and Tienari, Janne (2019). Time’s up! Feminist theory and activism meets organization studies. Human Relations, 72(1) pp. 4–22.

Blundel, Richard; Koomen, Philip and Bell, Emma (2019). Examining Craft Work: Methodological Challenges and Choices. In: 35th EGOS Colloquium, Enlightening the Future: The Challenge for Organizations, 4-6 Jul 2019, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Bartunek, Jean M.; Elsbach, Kimberly D.; Bell, Emma; Markides, Costas; Christianson, Marlys G.; Sutcliffe, Kathleen M.; Pratt, Michael G.; Coyle-Shapiro, Jacqueline A.-M.; Glynn, Mary Ann; Ocasio, William; Burton, M. Diane and Ventresca, Marc J. (2019). Theorizing About an AOM President’s Response to Crisis and the Counter Responses It Evoked. Journal of Management Inquiry, 28(3) pp. 276–282.

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Bell, Emma; Mangia, Gianluigi; Taylor, Scott and Toraldo, Maria Laura eds. (2018). The Organization of Craft Work: Identities, Meanings, and Materiality. New York: Routledge.

Bell, Emma; Mangia, Gianluigi; Taylor, Scott and Toraldo, Maria Laura (2018). Introduction. In: Bell, Emma; Mangia, Gianluigi; Taylor, Scott and Toraldo, Maria Laura eds. The Organization of Craft Work: Identities, Meanings, and Materiality. Routledge, pp. 1–19.

Kothiyal, Nivedita; Bell, Emma and Clarke, Caroline (2018). Moving Beyond Mimicry: Developing Hybrid Spaces in Indian Business Schools. Academy of Management Learning and Education, 17(2) pp. 137–154.

Bell, Emma and Bridgman, Todd (2018). Expecting the unexpected in Management Learning. Management Learning, 49(1) pp. 3–7.

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Bell, Emma; Kothiyal, Nivedita and Willmott, Hugh (2017). Methodology-as-Technique and the Meaning of Rigour in Globalized Management Research. British Journal of Management, 28(3) pp. 534–550.

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Bell, Emma and Sinclair, Amanda (2016). Bodies, sexualities and women leaders in popular culture: from spectacle to metapicture. Gender in Management: An International Journal, 31(5/6) pp. 322–338.

Cunliffe, Ann and Bell, Emma (2016). Editorial: Management Learning: Legacies and future possibilities. Management Learning, 47(2) pp. 113–116.

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Bell, Emma and Taylor, Scott (2015). Spirituality, Religion and Organization. In: Mir, Raza; Wilmott, Hugh and Greenwood, Michelle eds. The Routledge Companion to Philosophy in Organization Studies. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 550–558.

Bell, Emma; Meriläinen, Susan; Taylor, Scott and Tienari, Janne (2015). An ethic of care within critical management studies? In: Prasad, Anshuman; Prasad, Pushkala; Mills, Albert J. and Mills, Jean Helms eds. Routledge Companion to Critical Management Studies. Routledge companions in business, management and accounting. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 56–68.

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Bell, Emma and Shoaib, Haneen (2014). The not-so-dark side of emotions: anger as a resource in research apprenticeship. In: Clarke, Caroline; Broussine, Mike and Watts, Linda eds. Researching with Feeling: The emotional aspects of social and organizational research. Routledge, pp. 66–78.

Bell, Emma and Taylor, Scott (2014). Uncertainty in the study of belief: the risks and benefits of methodological agnosticism. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 17(5) pp. 543–557.

Bell, Emma and Sinclair, Amanda (2014). Reclaiming eroticism in the academy. Organization, 21(2) pp. 268–280.

Bell, Emma; Tienari, Janne and Hansson, Magnus (2014). Organizational death. Culture and Organization, 20(1) pp. 1–6.

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Bell, Emma and Taylor, Scott (2013). Writing history into management research. Management & Organizational History, 8(2) pp. 127–136.

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Bell, Emma; Cullen, John and Taylor, Scott (2012). Sustainability and the Spiritual Work Ethic. In: Case, Peter; Höpfl, Heather and Letiche, Hugo eds. Belief and Organization. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 185–203.

Bell, Emma; Taylor, Scott and Driscoll, Cathy (2012). Varieties of organizational soul: The ethics of belief in organizations. Organization, 19(4) pp. 425–439.

Bell, Emma and Davison, Jane (2012). Visual Management Studies: Empirical and Theoretical Approaches. International Journal of Management Reviews, 15(2) pp. 167–184.

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Bell, Emma (2010). Managerialism and Management Research: Would Melville Dalton Get a Job Today? In: Cassell, Catherine and Lee, Bill eds. Challenges and Controversies in Management Research. Routledge Advances in management and Business Studies. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 122–137.

Bell, Emma (2010). Organizational Ethnography. Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management: An International Journal, 5(2) pp. 216–219.

Bell, Emma and King, Daniel (2010). The elephant in the room: Critical management studies conferences as a site of body pedagogics. Management Learning, 41(4) pp. 429–442.

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Taylor, Scott; Bell, Emma and Cooke, Bill (2009). Business history and the historiographical operation. Management & Organizational History, 4(2) pp. 151–166.

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Bell, Emma and Bryman, Alan (2007). The Ethics of Management Research: An Exploratory Content Analysis. British Journal of Management, 18(1) pp. 63–77.

Bell, Emma (2007). Disruptive Religion: The Case of the Catholic Worker-Priests (1943–1954). Journal of Management, Spirituality & Religion, 4(4) pp. 432–442.

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Kunter, Aylin and Bell, Emma (2006). The Promise and Potential of Visual Organizational Research. M@n@gement, 9(3) pp. 169–189.

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Bell, Emma and Taylor, Scott (2005). Joining the club: the ideology of quality and business school badging. Studies in Higher Education, 30(3) pp. 239–255.

Hoque, Kim; Taylor, Scott and Bell, Emma (2005). Investors in People: Market-led Voluntarism in Vocational Education and Training. British Journal of Industrial Relations, 43(1) pp. 135–153.

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Bell, Emma; Taylor, Scott and Thorpe, Richard (2002). Organizational differentiation through badging: Investors in people and the value of the sign. Journal of Management Studies, 39(8) pp. 1071–1085.

Bell, E.; Taylor, S. and Thorpe, R. (2002). A Step in the Right Direction? Investors in People and the Learning Organization. British Journal of Management, 13(2) pp. 161–171.

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Bell, Emma (2001). The Social Time of Organizational Payment Systems. Time & Society, 10(1) pp. 45–62.

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Bell, Emma (1999). The negotiation of a working role in organizational ethnography. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 2(1) pp. 17–37.

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